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8-25-2010 @ 1:23PM
Grommash: Thrall, the blood haze has lifted. The demon's fire has burned out in my veins. I ... have ... freed ... myself.Thrall: No, old friend. You've freed us all.Call me sappy, but that dialogue exchange always brings a bit of a tear to my eye. ;_; *sniffles and salutes*
8-25-2010 @ 2:43PM
I agree. So many profound and poignant matters come crashing together in that moment. I can never watch that cutscene without tears coming to my eyes. I read "Lord of the Clans" before I finished the orc campaign in Warcraft 3. When I finished the campaign and the cutscene played, I did cry.
8-25-2010 @ 3:27PM
Indeed.Thats why love Blizzard cinematics not only for their quality but because it's more than just moving pictures. Blizzard creates scenes by which you are moved, angered, or joyfull, or even sad like Grom's dead. Tey create scenes by which people feel emetional like a good movie director.Thats the difference between other mmo cinematics and those of wow (warraft 3). they play on your emetions trough dialogues and characters not just by a fighting scene or a battle ground with no depth in it whatsoever like we see in warhammer tough the detail is also astonishing.I hope Blizzard makes more of those.
8-25-2010 @ 6:52PM
Those cinematics are SO well done. I wish they'd just make the movie cgi instead of trying to shoehorn the wow story into live action. I get verklempt watching several of those scenes.
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